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Jack’s seals 3-year deal with RKS

  Jack’s of Fiji signed a three-year partnership with Ratu Kadavulevu School as their official merchandise retailer in Lodoni, Tailevu North, yesterday. Jack’s of Fiji chief executive officer Bhavin Khatri
16 Feb 2018 11:00
Jack’s seals 3-year deal with RKS
Simione Laselevu clears the bar during Ratu Kadavulevu School Inter-house sub-junior boys high jump final in Lodoni on February 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

 

Jack’s of Fiji signed a three-year partnership with Ratu Kadavulevu School as their official merchandise retailer in Lodoni, Tailevu North, yesterday.

Jack’s of Fiji chief executive officer Bhavin Khatri said the total value of the partnership would be around $39,000 in cash and kind.

“It is very humbling for me to announce the new partnership between our QAQA sportswear brand and it makes Jack’s of Fiji, the official merchandise retailer for all RKS branded merchandise for the next three years effective from this year to the end of 2020,” Khatri said.

“Our partnership ties with all of RKS major bodies, which include the school, old scholars and the Parents and Teachers Association. This milestone partnership is the first of its kind for our organisation with a reputable school like RKS, which will no doubt elevate both parties brand image to another level.”

This partnership will see RKS athletes to the upcoming Fiji Secondary School Athletics (FSSA) Tailevu Zone and FSSA Coca- Cola Games donning the Jack’s of Fiji QAQA brand sporting merchandise.

RKS principal, Peni Senikarawa said they are thankful to Jack’s of Fiji for coming on board and supporting them in their strive for sporting excellence.

“I have to thank the RKS Old Boys and RKS PTA for facilitating this arrangement and we are quite fortunate to have Jack’s of Fiji on board,” Senikarawa said.

He said sports programme for the school was always an expensive exercise in the past years.

“We have always tried to field a maximum number of students for rugby and athletics teams so for that we needed finance in the past years. It has always been a challenge for us in the past years but we are lucky and humbled to be given this offer by Jack’s of Fiji to assist in financing of our sports programe.”

He urged all parents and old scholars in supporting their sporting programmes and buying RKS branded products only from Jack’s of Fiji.

Edited by Leone  Cabenatabua

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